Daniel Nicholas & Che Burnley are both bringing shows to the Funny Looking Fringe at the Liverpool Comedy Festival in September. But that isn’t the Fringe on their mind at the moment…
Funny Looking Fringe at 81 Renshaw Street bringing you an exciting mix of comedies to delight and surprise
Daniel Nicholas – Scripted
In Liverpool – Tuesday 27th September at 7pm
Seems right up our street of subversive and funny and exciting!
Che Burnley – The Big C
September 17th at 7pm
The best and worst year of his life
Also at Edinburgh doing Elvis Is A Racist? Cowgatehead at 8.15pm
PJ picks – funnylooking.co.uk
Friday Sept 16th – 9:00pm
Liam Pickford: Your Love Is A Knackered Bus Stop I can No Longer Be Arsed To Vandalise.
Sunday 18th September
James Meehan, Kiri Pritchard Mclean and Gein’s Family Giftshop triple header
Saturday 24th September
Edward Aczel’s – Foreign Policy…..from the edge of hell
Saturday 1st October
Holly Burn – I Am Special
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A sneaky one this. Audio lifted from the Sunday night Funny Looking Live Mach Comedy special.
That smashing Tiernan Douieb called in and we had an excited chat about this years festival to come.
This is Tiernan’s Mach Gig:
This is his website:
This is our chat with him last year:
Kiri Pritchard-Mclean also shared her dream scenario of double sketch caravanning and the showbiz secret’s of touring with Gein’s Family Giftshop.
Our chat with Kiri:
Our previous chat with Gein’s Family Giftshop:
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And if you are new to Funny Looking Podcast.
We are very excited to be part of the Liverpool Comedy Festival and are very much looking to bringing you great chats with the top acts you can see throughthat famously indistinct period of late September, early October.
This is the first of a special run and we are already excited about the next one too – you lucky people.
The artistic director of the festival Sam Avery gives us his route into comedy and a glimpse of what is to come.
Kiri Pritchard-McLean, standup and writer, (the non performing quarter of Geins Family giftshop) tells us of her intriguingly titled show and double bill night. This will be a real treat.
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See you at the Liverpool Comedy Festival!
gav & pete